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land tax Line breaks: land tax

Definition of land tax in English:


[mass noun]
Tax levied on landed property: the rate of land tax remained high [count noun]: payment was to be exacted through a land tax
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  • But are they really going to say who is paying what tax, and reveal how much you could raise if you did a property tax or a wealth tax, or land tax?
  • Earlier this year the PSG provided clear guidance on dealing with the new stamp duty land tax in property transactions.
  • In line with the recommendations of the draft White Paper, the State Government introduced substantial payroll tax reform, and also made significant changes to land tax and stamp duty.

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